1.2 Education and Student Experience Committee (ESEC)
The Education and Student Experience Committee is a committee of Academic Council with delegated authority to govern the strategic direction and monitor the implementation of agreed strategy and policy relating to education and the student experience.
The remit of ESEC is:
a) To direct and oversee the development, review and revision of the University's suite of strategies relating to learning, teaching, quality enhancement, student admissions and the student experience, and to recommend their approval to Academic Council and University Court.
b) To monitor the implementation of the University’s suite of strategies relating to learning, teaching, quality enhancement and the student experience.
c) To approve academic policy and regulations and revisions to the same, and to monitor their implementation by schools.
d) To oversee and monitor the development and implementation of school plans for learning, teaching, quality enhancement and the student experience, in line with the University learning and teaching strategy and within the context of national and international learning, teaching and quality enhancement environments.
e) To advise the Deputy Principal (Education & Students) on matters relating to learning and teaching strategy, policy and practice, as appropriate.
f) To report regularly to Academic Council as business dictates, including an annual review of its functions.
In discharging its responsibilities the committee will pay due regard to the promotion of equality and diversity.
The management of student academic and disciplinary cases, complaints and appeals shall be managed by a series of panels which report to the ESEC.